BURLEY — Police were called to Cassia High School at about 10 a.m. Thursday after officials were told the school received a potential online threat.
Cassia County School District spokeswoman Debbie Critchfield said in a statement that law enforcement was called due to the nature of the alleged threat.
Police are addressing the matter and students are safe, Critchfield said.
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There were to disruption to classes, she said in an email. The principal called a hall check, while law enforcement was at the school investigating the incident.
A hall check is one of the safety commands the district teaches, which means everyone must stay in the classroom, she wrote.
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